High Holiday Services

 

From Selichot to Simchat Torah, together we leave the ordinary to relive the birth of the world, reflected in the new selves that we birth during the High Holidays. Self-examination is a mighty task; that is why our tradition has us do the work together.

 

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Scroll down for information on taking part in 5783/2022 High Holiday services.

Honor your loved ones by including their names in our Yizkor memorial booklet by donating to HaMakom funds. You can also donate to our Kol Nidre Appeal. See the Donate page for more information.

Service Times 2022

All onsite services take place at Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Pre-registration, masks and proof of vaccination required.

Services will be streamed online via Zoom. Pre-registration required for Zoom and onsite attendance due to limited seating for Covid safety. Please scroll down for details on how to reserve member seats or purchase tickets for non-members and friends.  Please join early to get settled, enjoy the music, and be ready at the posted starting time.

Erev Rosh HaShanah, Sunday, 25 September, 6:30 pm 

Rosh HaShanah Day One, Monday, 26 September, 9:30 am 

Tashlich, 3:30 pm  On the river bank across from Inn on the Alameda, 303 E. Alameda, near intersection of Paseo de Peralta

Rosh HaShanah Day Two, Tuesday, 27 September. 9:30 am   Outdoors, Masks optional, No Zoom

Kol Nidrei Service,  Tuesday, 4 October, 6:30 pm 

Yom Kippur Morning, Wednesday, 5 October, 9:30 am 

Yom Kippur Afternoon, Wednesday, 5 October, during break at 3:30, "The Book of Jonah From the Eyes of a Master Artist/Printmaker/Storyteller: Jack McCarthy Shares His Version of Jonah in Pictures and Words." Click here for information about Jack McCarthy.

Yom Kippur Afternoon, Wednesday, 5 October, 4:30 pm Mincha, Yizkor, Neilah, Havdalah ending 7:20 pm 

High Holidays Plans for 5783!

5783/2022  We will be blessed with leadership by Rabbi Jack Shlachter, Hazzan Cindy Freedman, and members of the HaMakom community.

HaMakom's High Holiday services will be designed for the deepest possible onsite and online experience. Services, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation and held on Zoom, will be full of tradition, joyous, musical, and fulfilling. There is limited seating for Covid safety so there will be a maximum number of seating requests honored. Masks are required indoors.

If you have not yet renewed your HaMakom membership, please do so now

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To Reserve Member Seats or
Purchase Tickets for Non-Members & Friends

FOR MEMBERS: With each individual or household membership, you receive High Holiday tickets. Due to limited seating on account of Covid, members MUST reserve seats for the services they wish to attend. Please email us at info@hamakomtheplace.org with your name, telephone number, and email address, specifying which services you wish to take part in and the names of the members of your household who require tickets for each.

 

TICKETS FOR NON-MEMBERS: If members wish to purchase tickets for friends or family or if you haven't yet decided to join HaMakom but would like to take part in High Holiday services, onsite or on Zoom, please email us at info@hamakomtheplace.org with your name, telephone number, and email address. Please specify the services you wish to attend and the names of the individuals for which each ticket is being purchased. We'd be grateful if you could contribute to sustaining HaMakom through this challenging time by making a donation; the suggested amount is $54 per service, but no one will be turned away on account of inability to pay.